LigoLab is the leading provider of an innovative laboratory software platform that unites and transforms laboratories nationwide. The integrated and agile solution is designed to meet the diverse needs of Molecular, Clinical and Anatomic Pathology laboratories.
LigoLab supports and streamlines the complete life-cycle of laboratory and financial operations. It's intuitive and easy to learn, accessible from anywhere at anytime and scalable as you grow.
As a comprehensive enterprise-wide solution, LigoLab AP/LIS + RCM goes beyond the core workflow and provides all the supporting modules a laboratory needs. LigoLab also offers unique volume based pricing with no upfront licensing fees. It drives business growth, reduces labor costs and increases revenue.
LigoLab is the definitive choice for modern laboratories ready to thrive by gaining a competitive edge in productivity and efficiency. Meet your current and future unique needs with LigoLab.
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Robert tells why he highly recommends LigoLab and describes MLD's LIS evaluation process, their selection criteria and why they chose LigoLab. Robert tells of his satisfaction with LigoLab's implementation and service/support teams and describes the features that have benefited the pathologists, histologists and the technical and administrative staff of MLD Pathology.
He notes how LigoLab helps keep MetroPath up-to-date with changes in the industry and praises the LigoLab help/support desk for their professionalism by listening and understanding his issues. Particular emphasis is placed on the benefits of automation and rules settings for pre-and post analytics.
He describes MLD’s usage, experience and impacts of using LigoLab over six years and how the system has helped make a positive transformation of laboratory operations. He notes the very good working relationships and the ease of working with LigoLab’s management and support teams. According to Mangini, among the many benefits realized from LigoLab, the most noteworthy was significant improvements in pathologist productivity.
Her insights why LigoLab is a great investment value for the pathologists and staff of Gastroenterology Associates as well as for their physician clients and patients. Particularly noted was the use of LigoLab for specimen tracking and the ability to quickly produce reports for their clients. The system automation provided by LigoLab significantly reduced the time and cost of the manual processes formerly used.
A veterinary reference lab that serves multi-species testing for veterinarians all across the country. Dr Gardiner discusses his LIS evaluation and selection process and why system flexibility and unique pricing structure convinced him to choose LigoLab. He describes the system implementation and the operational benefits and efficiencies achieved including specimen tracking, image capture and report flexibility. Finally, Dr. Gardiner explains how LigoLab has “future-proofed” his laboratory.
Joseph discusses LigoLab from the perspective of information technology. In particular, he stresses the open communications with both LigoLab developers and its top management in accommodating the laboratory’s needs. From a technological standpoint, Joseph is impressed with the power of the tool set offered and that the LigoLab system is a complete LIS requiring no additional middleware to perform all its functions. From a lab operational perspective, the power and scope of specimen tracking receives a special mention.
An outdated, non-integrated Laboratory Information System (LIS) is not an asset, it is a liability. If anatomic pathology (AP), clinical pathology (CP), molecular diagnostics (MDx) and billing/revenue cycle management (RCM) systems exist as separate silos, even if interfaced, the full capabilities of an LIS cannot be obtained.
Intra-system interfaces are costly to maintain and bear the risk of losing synchronization, where different “siloed” modules may not be up-to-date with one another and have inconsistent data. In order to assure the consistent quality and integrity of laboratory data, a fully integrated platform that serves every department in the laboratory, is required. In an integrated platform all application modules share a common database and operating system. There is only one source for all laboratory data – one source for the “truth.”
Anatomic pathology laboratory information management software platform. It acts as a data warehouse for all pathology cases and includes reporting, image acquisition, direct digital interface with microscopes, label printing, electronic signoff, quality control, integration with prior cytology results, auto reflexing and more.
It is designed for use at independent pathology practices and for easy integration with an existing Hospital Management System.
The LigoLab platform acts as a data warehouse for all pathology cases and includes reporting, image acquisition, direct digital interface with microscopes, label printing, electronic sign-out, quality control, integration with prior cytology results, auto reflexing and more. It is designed for use at independent pathology practices and for easy integration with an existing hospital management system.
You are in control of information technology at your lab, whether in the cloud or onsite. Although your I.T. staff will perform the tasks necessary to install, implement, update and maintain your system, the LigoLab team will always be with you, 24x7, to help as necessary, and our I.T. tool set will make life simpler and easier for I.T. management. Your team will, with active participation from LigoLab's support staff, perform the implementation, configure the LigoLab system to meet your specific needs, and install updates and enhancements to assure that your entire lab will fully reap the benefits of a modern, unified LIS.
Unlimited email and phone support is included at no extra cost. We are with you from planning through implementation and go-live, follow-up and maintenance to guarantee successful deployment for your lab.